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ERIC Number: ED290259
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Pages: 302
Abstractor: N/A
Computer Technology/Special Education/Rehabilitation: Proceedings of the Conference (2nd, Northridge, California, October 16-18, 1986).
Murphy, Harry J., Ed.
The following 25 papers (with their authors) are presented from a conference on computer technology in special education and rehabilitation: "Computers for Business--Computers for Life" (I. Keith Austin); "Rehabilitation and the Computer: How to Find What You Need" (Thomas Backer); "Computer Access Alternatives for Visually Impaired People in Employment Situations" (James Bliss); "Interactive Video Instruction for Hearing Impaired Students" (Daniel Campbell); "Laserdisc Technology in the Classroom" (Kim Creighton); "Telecommunications: A New Horizon for the Handicapped" (Pat Cunningham and Joan Gose); "Developing a Writing Lab for Older Disabled Students: Beyond Bank Street" (Farah Fisher); "Reducing the Anxiety in Computer Training" (Farah Fisher); "The Computer Access Project: A Program Model for Vocational Training and Placement for Individuals with Moderate to Severe Cerebral Palsy" (Susan Fleischmann); "Computer Use as a Tool in Vocational Preparation and Adult Basic Educational Curriculums" (Marguerite Harmon and Matthew Frantz); "Computer Aptitude: Learning Disabled Versus Non-Learning Disabled Junior High School Students" (J. Dixon Hearne, et al); "Social Skills Development and Microcomputer Use for Handicapped Adolescents" (Marie Hegwer, et al); "Standard Software for Our Not-So-Standard Hardware" (Tim Hendtlass); "Give Me Tools and I Will Do the Job" (Arthur Heyer); "Tactile Graphic Braille Display" (David Jaffe); "Adaptive Positioning" (Dennis Kviz); "Software for the Atypical and Severely Handicapped Student" (Jude Levine); "Low Cost High Tech: People, Equipment, and Money Resources" (Aimee Luebben); "Software Analysis for Educational and Clinical Utilization" (Aimee Luebben); "Contemporary Applications of Computer Technology: Development of Meaningful Software in Special Education/Rehabilitation" (Russell Mills); "An Interactive Videodisc-Computer Language Program" (R. Scott Osksa); "The Sonoma Voice: An Inexpensive VOCA" (Bob Russell); "The Importance of Keyboarding Skills in Computer Usage with the Handicapped" (Thomas Saka); "Adapting Microcomputers for Special Needs Adults at Pearson Hospital" (Edward Summers, et al); "The Child with Attention Deficit Disorder: Finding a Safe Place to Learn Problem Solving" (Cynthia Terwilliger). (DB)
California State University Foundation, Office of Disabled Student Services, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330 ($14.95; California residents enclose $15.92).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: California State Univ., Northridge. Office of Disabled Student Services.
Note: For selected individual papers, see EC 201 721-722 and EC 201 724-734. For the 1985 Proceedings document, see ED 276 233.